Free Press Journal
  • 24 TB cases in Central Jail

    Farrukhabad: Twenty-four cases of tuberculosis have been reported till now among the inmates lodged in Central Jail here, officials said.

  • Kapil’s dilemma – his comedy show must go on

    Mumbai:  Kapil Sharma is a man caught in a conflict. On the one hand, he is gearing up for his big screen debut in Yash Raj Films’ “Bank Chor” and on the other, his plans to reduce his workload by half on television have reportedly fallen through.

  • Indian nurse in UAE attacked for laughing at mourning woman

    Dubai: An Indian male nurse was severely thrashed by five Emirati men at a hospital in Sharjah after they found him laughing at a grieving woman who fell down after hearing the news of their relative’s death.

  • Malda hospital toll 12

    Malda (WB): Two more children died at the Malda Medical College and Hospital today, taking the toll in the deaths due to an unspecified illness to 12.

  • Man dies in accident; mob attacks police station, torches

    Purnia (Bihar): Four persons, including two policemen, were injured when a mob allegedly attacked a police station and torched a bus after a man died in an accident in Rapauli bazar area in Purnia district today.

  • Multi-pronged strategy to clear pending court cases: Govt

    New Delhi: With over 3 crore cases pending in various courts across the country, government today said it will adopt a multi-pronged strategy, including reforming the criminal justice system, to address the problem of high pendency of cases in judiciary.

  • Three die in cylinder explosion

    Hathras: Three persons, including two brothers, were killed when a gas cylinder exploded in Kotwali area here, police said today.

  • Zero tolerance on terrorism, riots: President

    New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee Monday said the central government will initiate steps to modernise security forces and ensure there was “zero tolerance” to terrorism, extremism, riots and crime.


    Tariq Anwar urges Congress to seek A.R.Antulay’s advice

    New Delhi: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar on Monday described senior Congress Party leader A.R. Antulay’s not-so-veiled negative remarks against his party’s top leadership as an advisory.

  • Two Shiv Sena MLAs suspended for protest over toll collection

    Mumbai: The ongoing agitation in Kolhapur against levy of toll found its echo in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly today with two Shiv Sena MLAs from the area being suspended and physically evicted for disrupting the proceedings.

  • 12 pc job reservation for BPL candidates in Sikkim

    Gangtok: Sikkim government today announced 12 per cent reservation in all state government jobs and posts in public sector undertakings for candidates living below poverty line.

  • Abdullah dismayed over Lok Sabha adjournment

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday said adjournment of the 16th Lok Sabha on the very first day of its session proved things would remain the same despite the change of guard at the centre.

  • Pranab Mukherjee

    Govt to formulate new health policy: Prez

    New Delhi:A holistic healthcare system that is universally “accessible, affordable and effective” is the objective of the new government which will formulate a new health policy and roll out a National Health Assurance Mission to meet the goal, President Pranab Mukherjee today said.